Fitbit’s new smartwatch – the Ionic – builds on the company’s health and fitness expertise. The Fitbit Ionic comes with a new relative peripheral capillary oxygen saturation sensor. Check out the video below:
The overall build quality and design of the Fitbit Ionic is top notch. The Ionic comes with GPS tracking and on-device workout videos. You also get improved heart rate tracking and water resistance to up to 50 meters.
It also features on-board music, smart notifications, apps and watch faces. The company promises a five day battery life, and automatic activity and sleep tracking. The Fitbit Ionic supports mobile devices that run Android, iOS and Windows.
The company has also launched a new Fitbit Coach app that offers personal trainers. We will be putting the Ionic through a series of tests and benchmarks. So Stay tuned for a review.